In an effort to ensure that high-quality health care is available to everyone in the Eastern Panhandle, regardless of their ability to pay, a new endowment fund has been established at the Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation. The Good Samaritan Free Healthcare Fund was created to support the fine work of this vital organization which has been serving residents of Berkeley County and the surrounding area for more than a decade. The organization’s founder Cosby Potter-Davis and her husband Shelton made the very first gift to the fund in an effort to encourage others to contribute to the endowment.
“We’ve witnessed the great work being done by our volunteers, we believe in this organization, and we want to help it survive and thrive,” stated Potter-Davis. “If other people in the community feel the same way, we encourage them to make a donation as well.”